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counting toa the'squeezeplay., His
base running-was! afeature.- -,- .,
Frank .pjfance promises to play at
least part, of tie game) at, first- base"
when the' Yanks' rid-.W-ashihgton
plash in New Yprk. t n ' -
Kyle, an-putfielderjsecuredjn Cin
cinnati ffonr the Ohio. State League',,
has been turned, bac; to; Akron:..
, Frank Chance-Kas'lwayslhad good;
. catchers ;to. work with". While the 'jf.l
.L. was bpsiing he'Cjiffia;helh(i Iflingl
and their-'Archer t9perfqlmlbehud,
the bat,-'andvthevable assistance of-
this'.pairvot stars jwakanyaiuablerJn'
winning :numerbus pennants and a
pair of -world's championships. In
.New;Y.ork, whenvCharide'took charge
of the. Yank's, -he.-found, a sterling
catcher-awaiting' him ihlthe person
of Ed" Sweeney; "Svieen'ey has a few
rough- spots, ..however,-:' as he learned
the game.iin.'his ownway. Chance
.Is teaching h'ishu'skyireceiver some
of i.e;(tricks;which'were so useful
to-Archer and KUng. r
Bud Anderson,' who;knocked out
t v Ed Sweeney.